Breaking Out of the Rut

Seok-Hyun Hong
June 2015
Global Asia;Summer2015, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p54
An essay is presented on the need to broaden approaches to engage North Korea into the international community. It looks into the social and economic situation of North Korea, mentioning the drawbacks in the country's economic policy, price inflation, and the country's nuclear weapons. The author presents concrete proposals for innovative engagement for North Korea that can change the way current problems are perceived.


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